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Posts Tagged "parenting"

Just Let Go

Posted by on Dec 5, 2014 in Blog Posts |

Just Let Go

We discover we are pregnant, and in an instant, our life and the whole world has changed. From that day forward we learn a certain lesson in letting go that nothing can teach us quite like being a mother, or quite the same way our children do. We think of a myriad ways to control the expanding of our figure, the seeking of birthing wisdom and knowledge, the progression of our pregnancy, and even convincing ourselves we can choose the date on which our baby will be born. As soon as we do this,...

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It Does Truly Take A Village

Posted by on May 17, 2014 in Blog Posts |

It Does Truly Take A Village

It Really Does Take A village – Allison Harris NCTMB,LMT,CD “Our greatest biological gifts are the power of relationships and the brain’s malleability.” Dr. Bruce Perry – Child Trauma Academy In a presentation by Dr. Bruce Perry, based on his book “Born for Love – Why Empathy is Important and Essential”, he spoke of the importance of positive, loving, relational experiences to support the brain growth and development of our children. Dr. Perry compared the difference between the larger,...

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Crunch time, childbirth and parent preparation, a shell game of profitable facade

Posted by on May 17, 2014 in Blog Posts |

Crunch time, childbirth and parent preparation, a shell game of profitable facade

As the world spins ever faster, driven in part by increasing technological advances, I notice how this has created changes in many areas, including how parents want birth support services delivered, and in the time they are willing to spend in preparation for birth and parenthood. Sadly, I see these things being whittled down into only the barest efficient and essential elements. This time- pressed paring, leaves out some of the most loving, supportive, and important aspects, such as face- to-...

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